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On my Galaxy S3 even if I have bluetooth turned on but do not use it at all it still drains my battery 30% faster as opposed to if it was turned off!
For me it was FireChat. With aSpotCat you can check which apps have the permission to turn bluetooth on/off.
The solution was to deinstall FireChat.
Per the info from Javier Sarten Carranza, a new update to FireChat app is the cause of the issue. The update seems to have introduced the permission to access (and manipulate) Bluetooth settings (android.permission.BLUETOOTH_ADMIN) and since that permission is considered normal it stands to reason why Android wouldn't have sought user's discretion when ...
It was the Firechat app for me. It'll be one of the most recent apps you installed if the Bluetooth started turning on out if nowhere.
After removing the pairing from the phone, the phone won't be able to see the headset in its normal mode any more. To connect to it again, you need to pair the phone with the headset again. To make the headset visible again, you need to put it into a special "pairing mode" which makes it visible to all devices for a short time. The way of doing this varies ...
I did exactly the same thing successfuly by editing the bt_config.xml file in A HEX VIEWER in my PC and copying/replacing it using the Aoma Manager. My phone now connects automatically to the new device.
This app worked better for me: Cinema FV-5
There are many stock apps which you defenetely shoud'nt disable as it can problems to your stock frimware behaviour. I also once disabled lots of packages as i thought it will save battery and ram but it turns out there are extensions or side apps which are required by other apps to get/run their content. for example there is an sideapp called media storage ...
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